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Second Spanish Republic Flag Colors Hex, RGB & CMYK Codes

There are 3 colors in this flag. These are Blood Orange (#DA0914), Pantone Yellow (#FCDE03) and Spanish Purple (#630356).

This color combination was created by user Lydia. The Hex, RGB and CMYK codes are in the table below.

Color Information Shades
Blood Orange
  • Name: Blood Orange
  • Hex: #da0914
  • RGB: (218, 9, 20)
  • CMYK: 0, 0.958, 0.908, 0.145
Pantone Yellow
  • Name: Pantone Yellow
  • Hex: #fcde03
  • RGB: (252, 222, 3)
  • CMYK: 0, 0.119, 0.988, 0.011
Spanish Purple
  • Name: Spanish Purple
  • Hex: #630356
  • RGB: (99, 3, 86)
  • CMYK: 0, 0.969, 0.131, 0.611

The Second Spanish Republic (República Española) overthrew the monarchy and adopted a new flag on April 27, 1931. The horizontal tricolour had equal-sized stripes of red, yellow and murrey (a reddish-purple color). The coat of arms of the Second Spanish Republic was placed in the center.
The purple color in the flag of Spain is known as murrey – morado in Spanish.

The flag represented the democratic government of Spain which lasted about 8 years and was taken over by a military dictatorship in 1939.

Second Spanish Republic Flag Colors Image Format

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